Winter storm will affect more than 50 million people with possible power outages and widespread travel disruptions
The Netherlands bore the early brunt of Thursday's severe winter storms which blew in with winds of up to 140 kilometres (86 miles) an hour off the North Sea.
Powerful storm lays waste to Montecito neighborhoods, sending mud and debris pouring across major transit routes
State of emergency declared in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia due to heavy snow
Two people died on Spain's northern Basque coast, the couple swept away by a huge wave, officials said, and another person had to be rescued after attempting to save them.
11 people confirmed dead on Sunday, while some 30 others are feared buried alive in landslide due to Tropical Storm Urduja
Storm named 'Dahlia' caused flood and landslide
Winds batter Mediterranean coast, damaging electrical networks, homes and businesses
More than 100,000 people were without power. Ahead of the storm, officials urged residents to evacuate some vulnerable areas before the storm first made landfall on the southeastern tip of Louisiana on Saturday evening and later hit along the Mississippi coast.
Winds reaching 180 km per hour kill at least 7 people, disrupt travel in northern Germany
The Texas city of Galveston, situated on a narrow strip of land on the Gulf of Mexico, was spared the worst from Hurricane Harvey, which devastated Houston last month.
Two people were electrocuted and two drowned trying to cross a raging stream to safety, the state emergency agency said in a report.
Governor cautions against 'one of the worst, if not the worst' flooding ever in Houston
Seventeen evacuation centers have been set up to serve the evacuees, state agency reports
The accident happened late Friday when around 650 people were celebrating inside the tent in Sankt Johann am Walde in the north of the country.
Authorities in the same region also confirmed the death of a fifth victim, a 48-year-old man, crushed by a tree.
A 41-year-old Belgian man was among the dead after a tree fell on his tent at a Rainbow Gathering counter-cultural summer camp in the Tramontina valley in the northeastern region of Friuli.
At least four killed after strong winds hit several provinces across the country
National weather agency Meteo France said winds reaching speeds of up to 148 kilometres per hour (92 miles per hour) had battered the coast and warned that in some places they could even reach 160 kph.
The storm, locally named "Auring", hit Siargao island -- just off the main southern island of Mindanao -- with maximum gusts of 70 kilometres (44 miles) per hour.
The national weather agency Meteo France said winds powering to 160 kilometres (100 miles) per hour battered the Breton peninsula and Normandy coast overnight, and two other regions remained under a storm alert.